Underwriters are holding firm on pricing and terms for aviation reinsurance in recognition of the sector's increasing exposure, explains Gary Millen.
JB Crozet and Colum D'Auria report on the latest thinking on correlations between lines of business and the lessons learnt from the World Trade Center and Hurricane Katrina
The relief at TRIA's extension quickly turned to disappointment that more had not been done, says Laurie Kamaiko
The insurance industry must develop a better understanding of the risks posed by nanotechnology, argues Thomas Epprecht
Does cyberterrorism constitute a real or virtual threat? asks Christoph Kufner
Has time run out for TRIA's renewal and how does this bode for US terrorism insurance? asks Helen Yates
Does Aon's new venture signal innovations in terrorism cover?
Nanotechnologies need risk management, says Dr Christoph Lauterwasser
If the purpose of the terrorist attack launched on 7 July in London was to bring the city to a juddering halt - it failed
Does the Treasury report spell the end for TRIA?
What should the role of government be in the effective management of natural and manmade catastrophes? ask Franklin Nutter and Cynthia J Lamar
While the oil spill from the Exxon Valdez disaster may have been cleaned up, the arguments over coverage continue to flow through the courts, as Peter Taylor explains
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